The Annette C. and Harold C. Simmons Transplant Institute at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas recently selected focusEGD to design a living donor recognition element for the Dallas campus. This rewarding project will recognize a notable group of people who have made a living donation of their organs to someone in need. The wall’s […]
Our building here in Dallas, sits directly adjacent to the Woodall Rodgers Freeway – a sunken highway also known as US Spur 366. The 1.66 mile highway is part of a larger downtown loop that links together Interstate 35 on the west with US 75 and Interstate 45 to the East. 90% of the time, this […]
FocusEGD is proud to announce the addition of Hal Matthews as Director of Business Development and Julia Rapport as Senior Graphic Designer to its team. Hal Matthews, a sales and business development veteran hails from Trustpoint Management, a consultancy focused on maximizing sales staff performance. Hal’s passion and talent for connecting with people and his […]
focusEGD is excited to join Good Fulton & Farrell, Studio Outside and JQ Engineering in working to give a major facelift to one of the most historically significant public spaces in all of the nation: Dallas’ Dealey Plaza.
Sign toppers are used throughout Dallas’ residential neighborhoods to help identify community boundaries and show community pride. In our original branding efforts, the design team suggested including sign toppers to help reinforce the district’s identity and build a sense of pride and place for the now mixed-use neighborhood. The sign toppers, along with the gateway elements […]
Earlier this year focusEGD had the opportunity to work with Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children and the creation of the T. Boone Pickens Conference Center. We implemented the graphics in a thoughtful and appropriate way. Here is an example of that subtle approach which has massive impact as you enter the building.Using an interesting, […]
Today, the House Democrats unveiled their Healthcare Bill. Did you know as an environmental graphic designer you can directly impact the cost of healthcare for thousands? You might be asking yourself “How?”. *More After the Jump*
To commemorate the posting of new photos of our Design District project onto our flickr page, I’ve decided to write a bit about the project. First off, here is a little history about the area. The Dallas Design District originated in the 1950s as a “Strictly To the Trade Only” collection of design showrooms and […]